S. Talath Rhúnen, loc. “East Vale”

Another name for Thargelion translated “East Vale” (S/124), a combination of talath “plain” and rhúnen “eastern” (SA/talath, rómen).

Conceptual Development: In Silmarillion drafts from the 1930s, this name was Ilk. Radhrost (LR/265), which was designated an Ilkorin name in the Etymologies (Ety/RAD, ROS²).

References ✧ S/124; SA/rómen, talath; SI/Talath Rhúnen; WJI/Talath Rhúnen

Glosses

Elements

talath “flat lands, plain; flat surface, plane” ✧ SA/talath.001
rhúnen “eastern” ✧ SA/rómen.016; SI/Talath Rhúnen.002

Ilk. Radhrost loc. “East Vale”

Ilkorin precursor to S. Talath Rhúnen translated “East Vale” (LR/265). In the Etymologies, it was given as a combination of radhon “east” and rost “plain, wide land between mountains” (Ety/RAD, ROS²).

References ✧ Ety/RAD, ROS²; LR/265; LRI; WJI/Radhrost, Talath Rhúnen

Glosses

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Changes

Elements

radhon “east” ✧ Ety/RAD.005
rost “plain, wide land between mountains” ✧ Ety/ROS².003
ᴹ√ROS² ✧ Ety/RAD.027
ᴹ√RAD “back, return” ✧ Ety/ROS².013